Advocacy:

A-1.      IDP Needs Recognition.

The 1st NAEF openly advocates for world leaders, the United Nations, and NATO partners to do more for IDP’s suffering in conflict zones globally.  Most specifically to ensure that all persons living within IDP camps are provided with:

a.    The necessities for life (Shelter, Food, Clean Water, Safety and Security).

b.    Education, skills development, and leadership building that support a strong society.

c.    Meaningful working opportunities to support self-identity.

d.    Systems that foster community engagement, support, and development.

As part of these efforts The 1st NAEF encourages collaboration and integration between governmental, private, and non-governmental organizations towards increased aid effectiveness and efficiency.

 

A-2.      Increased Canadian and US government and Civil Society engagement in global Preventative and Counter Violent Extremism Efforts.

a.    Increased collaboration between Governmental and Private PVE/CVE partners. 

b.    Increased focus on “Human Components” in stability operations.

c.    Increased focus on “Human Stories” in peace operations and global aid to bridge the civ-mil gap and increase understanding of the “Need to Protect”.

d.    Increased focus on counter propaganda and counter disinformation propagation. 

 

A-3.      “Return and Rebuild” global migrant and refugee aid, development, stability and peace building concept.

a.    Focusing global aid of migrants and refugees directed towards a more sustainable methodology of aid provision that addresses key gaps in current programs.

 

A-4.      Iraq and Syrian genocide recognition and action. 

a.    The 1st NAEF feels that, collectively, we have a moral obligation to prevent genocide in the 21st Century, and that we must respond to acts of genocide swiftly with clear and cohesive responses to halt the commission of such acts. 

b.    Genocide has no place in the 21st Century and we should all take measures to ensure it does not happen again within our times.

 

A-5.      Increased global education in universal human rights and interfaith peace.

a.    As part of ongoing programs and efforts The 1st NAEF encourages its members, followers, supporters, and the general population alike to embrace and foster knowledge building towards peace.

b.    Developing and fostering a clear understanding and belief in universal human rights is one of the key pillars to resolving global conflict and is a core value of The 1st NAEF.

 

A-6.     Enhanced global capacity to respond to crisis and disaster scenarios

 a.    Reducing the human impacts associated to disaster and crisis through the creation of a new global relief and response unit.

b.    Increasing the speed in which Nation States respond to crisis and disaster incidents.

c.    Developing modern collaborative frameworks that aim to increase the effectiveness of global aid operations, and to increase measurement, transparency, and accountability.

d.    Fostering new global partnerships of responder networks while concurrently creating a new global standard for crisis and disaster responders.